Accessibility Services

The goal of Accessibility Services is to promote student independence, arrange reasonable accommodations and course substitution requests for students with disabilities. Our objective is to empower students with disabilities to become self-advocates and support access to college academic and career programs. In order to receive services, a student must self-identify, meet personally with an Accessibility counselor and provide current written verification of his/her disability from a licensed physician, psychologist or mental health professional. The professional must have the credentials to render an appropriate diagnosis on a valid measurement scale. Students requesting accommodations for any Daytona State College placement exam must meet with an accessibility counselor in advance to scheduling the exam to arrange certain accommodations. Accessibility Services are available on all Daytona State College campuses. Reasonable accommodations will be made for distance learning students who are unable to attend meetings on one of the College campuses. For more detailed information, please see the most recent student handbook.

For more information please contact:

Director of Counseling & Accessibility Services

Daytona State College

1200 West International Speedway Blvd.

Wetherell Building Annex, Room 108


Please visit our Counseling and Accessibility Services website for more information and contact info.

Read our Equity Statement.